By Zaheer Mohamed Keemo Mandela Angus Paul became Guyana’s latest West Indies test recruit; he was called up on Tuesday last for the final Test against Sri Lanka in Barbados.
The Georgetown Cricket Umpires and Scorers Association (GCUSA) in an effort to encourage young people to take up Umpiring, has organised a ‘Continuous Umpiring Education’ Session on June 24 which would be held at the Local Government Union Hall, Woolford Avenue, Georgetown from 10:00hrs to 14:00hrs.
The Albion Community Centre Cricket Ground, would be a hive of activity this weekend as the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) continues its effort to ensure players potential is fulfilled on the field.
Guyanese Shemaine Campbelle continued to advance her case for Windies recall with a match winning century in a 65-run win against the Leeward Islands as the Windies Women’s 50-over tournament bowled off yesterday in Jamaica.
Led by contrasting half centuries by Rajesh Reddy and Travis Alphonso, Farm defeated Enterprise by 10 wickets when action in the Rafman Ally softball tournament continued on Sunday last at Everest Cricket Club.
For the twenty fifth successive year, the Cricket Teams of Guyana’s leading youth and sports organisation, the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club, MS honoured outstanding fathers as part of their celebration of Father’s Day.
The Berbice Cricket Board on Saturday last hosted the largest ever fast bowling clinic to be organised by a Cricket Board in Guyana.
The remarkable success story of Berbice Cricket continues to expand on a daily basis with new programmes and activities being unveiled to develop the game.